Industry News November 2022

IDFA was this year back to its pre-pandemic state with an ambitious programme, new venues, and many international guests. The big winner of the festival was Apolonia, Apoloniaby Lea Glob which took home the Best Film Award in the International Competition. Also, Jasmin’s Two Homes by Inka Achté and Hanna Karppinen received a Special mention in the Youth Documentary Competition.

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Industry News October 2022

This year’s edition of Nordisk Panorama Film Festival became a major attraction for the local audience as well as for the Nordic documentary and short film community visiting Malmö for the festival. With sold out screenings, crowded seminars and industry events and activities all over town, it was clear to everyone what an importance the…

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NP Town Hall 2022

Documentary filmmakers are used to the fact that our world is unpredictable. Still, as the world looks today, we realize how dramatic and rapid things are moving, and it is relevant to ask ourselves, our filmmakers, our curators, decisionmakers and professionals in key positions when it comes to shaping the future possibilities for documentary filmmaking…

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Region Skåne’s Kulturpalett Award

We’re very honoured to be nominated for Region Skåne’s Kulturpalett. The motivation reads “The festival succeeds in exploring new, creative ways of meeting its audiences. Through Nordisk Panorama Film Festival, which is based in Malmö, the organization has redefined the concept of space in a way that challenges our notions of what cultural spaces can…

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Opening Films 2022

We are thrilled to present as opening films the documentary Golden Land (Kultainen maa) by ​​Inka Achté and animated short film Night of the Living Dread (Night of the Living Dread) by Ida Melum.

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Films in Competition 2022

Out of 433 submitted films, this year 64 have been selected to compete for the awards in Nordisk Panorama Film Festival’s five competition categories. ​​The 33rd edition of the festival is taking off in Malmö, Sweden 22–27 September. The full programme of the festival will be released 1 September.

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Industry News June 2022

Before everyone gathers for midsummer celebrations we are pleased to announce that Nordisk Panorama will be back at full speed 22-27 September celebrating the best new Nordic documentaries and short films.

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Industry News May 2022

Nordisk Panorama is preparing another slate of webinars on the hot topics and challenges in our industry, in collaboration with Nordisk Film & TV Fond. Our first seminar of the season is coming up on 25 May. In this seminar we will focus on some of the strong players in the Nordic broadcast and streaming…

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Industry News April 2022

Nordisk Panorama is excited to announce the programming team for this year’s festival. Gitte Hansen, independent consultant, tutor and mentor and Hawa Sanneh, producer and co-founder of the diversity platform People Of Film, will serve as documentary programmers. The short film section will be programmed by Sam Groves and Lucile Bourliaud, both from Flatpack Festival. Daniel…

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Industry News March 2022

The 3rd edition of Nordisk Panorama’s Doc Forward workshop will kick off in Helsinki, Finland in ten days. Twelve Nordic projects have been selected for this project-driven co-production workshop for emerging Nordic documentary producers and directors.

The workshop facilitates project development for the international market, establishing of contacts with Nordic colleagues, and networking between the participants and…

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